In the midst of California’s booming economy, tens of thousands of people are left living on the streets with no support. Amongst them is Michael J. Diehl, a Texan-born deep sea diver who lost everything after being shot in the head. For four years now, he has been living in a tent beside the Santa Ana River, surviving with just a guitar and a dog by his side. Diehl is just one of the many stories that will be showcased in the upcoming documentary that will leave you feeling moved, inspired, and compelled to take action.
Through powerful storytelling and striking perspectives, the documentary sheds light on the heartbreaking reality of the homeless crisis in Greater Los Angeles, which is home to as many homeless people as the entire country of Germany. Beyond just statistics, it brings to life the stories of people like Michael J. Diehl, who fight tirelessly for the right to keep their makeshift homes and belongings. With a raw and honest portrayal of the human cost of homelessness, the documentary is a call for society to take action and stand in solidarity with the thousands of people who are simply asking for a place to call home.